WNAMM10: Hand-Held Field Recorder

Alesis announce the Palm Track      14/01/10

WNAMM10: Hand-Held Field Recorder


Alesis have announced the Palm Track 24-Bit SD Card Field Recorder. Here's the feature list...
  • Stereo and four-capsule omni pickup patterns
  • 44.1/48kHz, 64–320 kbps MP3
  • 16/24-bit WAV
  • Auto gain or switchable gain
  • Bass compensation, Chorus, Pitch Shift, Delay, Reverb, MP3 Voice Cancel, and Tuner
  • Inputs for connecting 1/8" mic and line-level audio
  • Includes 1GB SD card, works with cards up to 16GB
  • USB for Mac and PC mass storage/card reader operation
  • 8 hrs on 2 AA batteries, included
  • LED readout
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